AMP // Pop-Up Smoothie Bike

https://www.facebook.com/events/312969415731812/

On an upcoming day on a terrace near you, two smoothie bikes will appear right out of the blue. Blend your own smoothie by riding a bike, then ship off to Morton or go for a hike.

This stationary contraption blends better than the magic bullet, looks cooler than a unicycle, and rides better than a rollercoaster. So don’t miss it.

 

AMP Smoothie Bike: Earth Week Edition

https://www.facebook.com/events/864048753705468/

Come celebrate Earth Week with AMP’s classic Smoothie Bike! Blend your own sustainable smoothie using the power you generate on the smoothie bike! BYOC (bring your own cup) or drink in style from one of AMP’s signature color changing cups!

Check out other Earth Week activities: https://www.facebook.com/events/2004090836483313/

[AMP] Professor Talk: The Truth Behind Organic Food

https://www.facebook.com/events/1517280788582616/

What is organic food? What is natural food? What does sustainable diet mean? How to comprehend all the complicated terminologies on the food label?? Come to AMP Professor Talk with Professor Ickes to explore sustainable and healthy food!!! Professor Ickes from the Kinesiology & Health Science Department will tell you all the truth behind organic food!!!!

FIRST 50 student can get a FREE AMP MASON JAR!!!!!So come early!!!!!!

*Lodge 1 is the open stage area beside Cosi on the ground floor of Sadler Center

[AMP] Mini Virginia Living Museum

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Do you want to see some live animals, observe specimens and listen to an incredible lecture from Virginia Living Museum?? Now AMP is bringing the Virginia Living Museum to you!!!!

This informal presentation will be about some mammals, birds, marine animals and the preservation of these animals’ habitats. The speaker will even take out the live animal when talking about that specific animal!!! Do not miss the chance to see some lovely live animals in Sadler!!!

Brought you by AMP Science and Sustainability Committee

Earth Week Movies at Matoaka: Fern Gully

Come celebrate Earth Week by watching Fern Gully at the Matoaka Amphitheater on this Thursday at 8pm.

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2OHc4OvjVc

Movie Synopsis: A man finds himself living among the animals and enchanted spirits of the rain forest, and learns of the true consequences of human destruction in this animated adventure. Crysta (voice of Samantha Mathis) is a young fairy who is being tutored in the powers of magic by the older and wiser Magi (voice of Grace Zabriskie) in an Amazon rain forest. While their home was once on the verge of destruction thanks to the evil spirit Hexxus (voice of Tim Curry), the demon has been trapped inside a tree, and Crysta is free to play with her friends Batty Koda (voice of Robin Williams), a bat who escaped from an animal testing facility, and Pips (voice of Christian Slater), who has obvious romantic intentions toward the attractive young sprite. However, a clear-cutting crew destroys the tranquil peace of the rain forest, and when Crysta sees a runaway logging machine about to run over lumberjack Zak (voice of Jonathan Ward), she saves his life by shrinking him to her own size. However, Crysta isn’t able to bring Zak back to his normal size, so he’s forced to live among the forest creatures and learn first-hand the devastation the humans have brought to this world — especially when the loggers accidentally free Hexxus from captivity.

Check out more Earth Week events here: https://www.facebook.com/events/404115013082629/

See the Facebook event here:  [AMP] and COS Present Earth Week Movies at Matoaka: Fern Gully

Earth Week’s Homebrewaroo

Come out this Saturday to celebrate the end of Earth Week! Enjoy some free food, games, tie-dye, flower crown-making, and The Lorax read by President Reveley!

There will also be music – our set for the afternoon:
11 – 11:30 am: Free Beer
11:45 – 12:45 pm: The Mason Jars
1- 1:30 pm: Treedust
1:45 – 2:45 pm: Tsuki Bomb

See you all there!

See the Facebook event here:  [AMP] and COS present Earth Week’s Homebrewaroo